“Attack on Titan Fainal Exhibition,” the “second and largest” art exhibition dedicated to Hajime Isayama’s internationally popular manga series will end its two-month run at Mori Arts Center Gallery (Ropponghi Hills Mori Tower 52F) in Tokyo this Sunday, September 8.
The mega-hit manga started its serialization in the October 2009 issue of Kodansha’s Bessatsu Shonen Magzine published on September 9, 2009. To celebrate the manga’s tenth anniversary, the exhibition will offer a special event titled “Serialization 10th Anniversary Festival” just for one day on the following Monday, September 9. The original manga drawings will keep being displayed, but video contents and audio guidance will be no longer available.
Visitors will receive an A4-size big postcard featuring the tenth anniversary memorial visual and the author Isayama’s printed autograph.
「進撃の巨人 連載10周年記念祭」 ビジュアルを公開！
— 進撃の巨人展FINAL【公式】 (@kyojinten) September 3, 2019
In addition, several photo spots that visitors can take photos with the character visuals and message board that they can write their own messages for the manga author and the series will be set up in the venue.
Photo spot visual samples:
“Attack on Titan: Serialization 10th Anniversary Festival”
– Date: September 9, 2019
– Venue: Mori Arts Center Gallery
– Ticket price:
- University student ~ Adult / 2,000 yen
- Junior High School – High School student / 1,500 yen
- 4 Yeas old ~ Elementary School / 1,000 yen
(Ticket for “Attack on Titan Final Exhibition” can’t be used)
Source: “Attack on Titan Exhibition” production committee press release
© Hajime Isayama/Kodansha